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Naruto Dragon Blade Chronicles heads to Nintendo Wii
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Naruto Dragon Blade Chronicles heads to Nintendo Wii


Naruto Dragon Blade Chronicles heads to Nintendo Wii

On November 16th in the States (and November 26th in Japan) Atlus will release the latest title in Naruto’s long history of video games; Naruto Shippuden: Dragon Blade Chronicles. The game puts players in the perspective of Naruto, himself – or Sasuke, if you prefer. You’ll battle your way through the field, saving the world from Elemental Dragons called Genryu. All the while, you’re treated to original storyline elements, giving you the bonus equal to new episodes of your favorite Naruto animated series. With two months to go before it’s release, there’s still plenty of time to apply some polish to this Nintendo Wii game, making sure the Cartoon Network hero gets his proper due! Check out some scenes from the game

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDphaLsH2BE

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